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GULLIVER'S (AND DIMON'S) TRAVELS AND THE BEST DEFENSE (PART I)

GULLIVER’S (AND DIMON’S) TRAVELS AND THE BEST DEFENSE (PART I)

Though a lawyer, I would rather write about economics and policy choices. However, just when I was preparing to blog on the essence of wage inequality and how it came to be, a couple of pieces came to my attention which demanded immediate responses (mostly as a lawyer), having to do with disgusting statements made by CEOs of criminal enterprises masquerading as “banks.” 639 more words

CEOs optimistic on sales -- not so much on jobs

CEOs of major U.S. companies said they are more optimistic than they were late last year that sales and capital spending will rise in the next six months, according to a  survey by the Business Roundtable. 321 more words

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Jamie Dimon's Diaspora: The lofty perches where ex-JPMorganites land

On Thursday, British bank Standard Chartered hired Bill Winters as its chief executive. You may recognize Winters, who has been in hibernation for the past few years running a small asset management firm. 249 more words

Finance

Is JPMorgan Chase really America's dog-friendliest bank?

JPMorgan Chase’s CEO Jamie Dimon wants investors and regulators to know that his bank is not about risky whale-sized derivatives trading. What is JPMorgan Chase really about? 723 more words

Finance

Why JPMorgan Chase wants a 'Wonderful Life' bank

These days, JPMorgan is emphasizing dog treats over derivatives.

On Tuesday, at the bank’s annual investor day, when CEO Jamie Dimon took the mic, one of the first things he told investors to do was check out one of the bank’s branches. 612 more words

Finance

JP Morgan says size doesn't matter

JP Morgan Chase executives took another swing at convincing investors America’s largest bank (by assets) shouldn’t be broken up. While going on the defensive might help the bank reframe the conversation, it’s doubtful the argument for splitting up the company is going to go away anytime soon. 281 more words

This Morning from CBS News, Feb. 18, 2015

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Obama summit

President Obama will address a “White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism” today, part of a three-day series of meetings to discuss ways of preventing the radicalization and recruitment of those who might be drawn to terrorist violence. 655 more words

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